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WS-WX Rhapsody

WS-WX Rhapsody

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Hints of: Chocolate, Roasted Almonds, Treacle
Grown in: Sul de Minas, Brazil
Best suited for: Espresso 


Perfect for espresso, Rhapsody Blend is ideal for those who like a full-bodied & velvety cup.

Inspired by the flavours of the Perky original - Forest Blend, this cup boasts sweet chocolate and almond flavours, with hints of caramel & treacle. The blend creates a rich and bold cup across any brewing method - it works well for espresso, and for those who enjoy a full-bodied and fulfilling filter coffee.


Rhapsody Blend currently features a naturally-processed coffee, sourced from the popular coffee-growing region of Sul de Minas in Brazil. Located in the southern part of Minas Gerais, Sul de Minas has a longstanding tradition of coffee cultivation dating back to the 18th century.

The combination of fertile soil, ideal altitude, and a perfect blend of sun and rainfall creates the ideal conditions for cultivating premium coffee beans.

The unique microclimate of Sul de Minas plays a vital role in shaping the coffee flavour profile. With altitudes ranging between 800 and 1,200 metres above sea level, the region experiences mild temperatures (annual average 20.2°C), abundant rainfall, and well-defined seasons.

These factors, coupled with rich soil, contribute to the development of coffee beans with
exceptional complexity, balance, and sweetness. 

Rhapsody Blend is produced from 100% Yellow Bourbon, a coffee that is well-known for its sweet & balanced flavour. This variety can be traced back as far as the 1930s in Pederneiras, Sao Paulo when it quickly gained popularity across Brazil.

As Yellow Bourbon typically has a low yield, the trees require extra care and attention from the farmers. It is now one of the most commonly grown varieties in the region - owing to its delicate & complex properties.

Once the cherries have been picked, they are washed on the very same day, before resting on a sheet metal hopper overnight. The following morning, it is taken directly to African beds to dry for 12 days until the beans reach a 15% humidity level which means the coffee can remain viable easily for 5 months.

After this, they are moved to a wooden granary where they rest for 60 days allowing the
moisture to homogenise through the lot. This humidity, along with the fertilised soil that the trees have grown in, creates a soft, velvety mouthfeel & brings out the coffee’s natural chocolatey flavour.

The natural processing of this coffee creates an incredibly rich & distinct nutty flavour. We’ve roasted this coffee to bring out bold taste notes of chocolate and roasted almonds with hints of sweet, dark treacle and molasses.

A true classic for any espresso lover!

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